First of all, I want to thank the publisher for sending this book to me in exchange of an honest review. I am delighted that I am on of the people who was granted with an ARC copy.
This book is exciting and intriguing at the same time. I like the way it was written, mysterious but it will give you clues. The reader will think what was really happening in the book. Who's the villain? Who's the insane person? What will happen to the main characters? and many more questions. The book for me is a bit challenging too since thriller isn't my forte but then I enjoyed it. There were times where I won't put the book down and I bring the book in the office and read it over lunch break. It isn't my first time to read a thriller book but this one? I really enjoyed reading it.
Kate O'Brian is a very secretive high school senior who has the goal to go to Yale. She pretends to be a person who is not her after all. She's a Waverly scholar but can be described as a social climber too. She planned to be friend's with Olivia Sumner. It isn't a coincidence but things changed after she and Olivia became best friends, despite her Yale goal, she changed. Olivia Sumner is a rich girl who instantly liked Kate. She has a serious illness and tries to hide it from everyone. She claims she's better after being away for too long. Coming back to Waverly, she's expecting for a better life and she too, aims to go to Yale. Kate and Olivia is a part of group with the other three girls and they are lead by a man named Mark Redkin, one of the administrators. But, meeting Mark changed everything. He's been keeping Olivia for his own pleasure and he is a threat to Kate.
I will stop there now, I might spoil everyone since I am trying not to, I might injected some words... sorry for spoiling you guys. This book is too good, it will be awesome it will become a movie too. I think it is perfect. It can also teach girls that these kind of things can happen in real life, maybe it is happening already and this book just teaches us to be alert at all times.
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